Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 23, 1956 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 23, 1956
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Far ttelow'SS Total Only 12 Polio Cases 111 Madison County This Year PAGE FIFTEEN EDWARDSVT T.F.. _. Up until noon today, there have been 12 cas<?s of polio this year reported to the Madison County chapter of the National Foundation of Infantile Paralysis. The announcement was made by George T. Wilkins, county chapter chairman. He said there were 50 cases all last year. A meeting of the chapter is scheduled for tonight, Will- 1 -s said, at which time the group will vote to pay a total of $5,STORE HOURS: Friday 9 A.M. - 8:50 P.M. Monday » A.M. - 8:50 P.M. MOM learned a value lesson at W.T. Grant...the SCHOOL STORE •uy wli.| Ui. . ur new 'Ch.rtt.lf plan »e .urflt . |nquj ,. THE QUILTED JUMPER » 498 WASHABLE SEPARATES liftfo girls', 3-tfX 198 cotton in a S royincitl pemnt print. ipper fit. See this in ft bright red, or miart gold. I EACH Orion-wool skirts, m»ny pleated, no-iron...Orion* cardigans, dyed-to-match colors, never need blocking. BOYS' WESTERN DUNGAREES |98 JUMPER AND BLOUSE ', 4-6X [98 Dan River wrinkl-&hed* plaid jumper, adjustable belt. Linen-like cotton blouse, embroidery trimt. r ORION* CARDIGANS .98 Hi-bulk virgin yarn, cashmere-like, easy- wash, no blocking. Dyed-to-match- colors go with slipovers. i H« geti extra wear with these top quality dungar- •es . . . you *«v«. Denim is fully Sanforized. 4 to 6x, ORION* SLIP-OVERS iiftf* gitlt', 3-6X |98 Whiz through suds, never need blocking. Pair them with cardigans in stunning dyed-to-match colors. 205 W. Third Si—Airon, III, DON'T GET TOO CLOSE — Hot flames spew from nozzles on track - bound weed «killer on Illinois-Terminal tracks. Weeds wither and die in the blast, and track crew mops up any lingering fire ignited by the fuel-fed flames.—Staff Photo. Suspect In Store Burglary Picked Up At Edwards ville EDWARDSV1LLE.—A 38-year- old Sorento man, Harold J. Bone wanted for the burglary of a grocery store in Ripley was BD- prchended here Wednesday afternoon and subsequently confessed the crime. He.has been turned over to the sheriff's office in Bond County. Police picked him up in the 100- block of St. Louis street just after 5 p.m. Police Chief Hartung said Bone had been in Edwardsville for some time and had been under surveillance as a suspicious character. Bone, during questioning, told police that his car had broken down on Rt. 140 between Alhambra and Edwardsville. Hartung. together \\ith State Patrolman William Marc'uzzo, drove tx> the spot and in the trunk of Bone's car found 86 packages of cigarettes, two boxes of cigars and an assortment of change. Bone is an ex-convict, having served three years 'for burglary and larceny in Iowa. He was also questioned on other burglaries here but said he had no part in any of them, police reported. Favored Teams Grid Cards Prep For Lions, Golf Goes To Dogs Only To Pull Carls CHICAGO «v-Golf is going to the dogs. I Great Danes, Newfoundlands. Labradors, German Shorlhaired Pointers and Old English Sheepdogs will act as cart-pulling caddies in a printers' tournament next week. And they'll be judged on smart || appearance, quietness when the j master tecs off, ability to locate !l I lost balls, good behavior and gen-! i erial serviceability. ' CHICAGO (JD— The Chicago Cardinals, who took their lumps in last week's 31-7 exhibition loss to the rival Bears, hope to reverse the treatment on Ilopalong Cassady and the Detroit Lions Saturday at Mobile, Ala. Cassady, the former Ohio State star, dashed Cl yards for a game winning exhibition touchdown last week as the Lions surprised the Pittsburgh Steelers, 20-15. Berrios Wins Over Elordc SAN FRANCISCO Civ-His vic- lory o\ p er Filipino Flnsli Klorrlc was blocked off national television by the Republican convention, but it didn't bother Puerto Rican Miguel Brrrios much. He gels the TV money anyway. So rloes Klorde. but lie was a disappointed young man after losing Wednesday night's bristling 10-7'ound battle by a split decision and seeing his campaign for another championship shot suffer a setback. Each fighter had a $1,000 con- Central AAU liars Wrestling Team Captain CHICAGO W-William T. Smith, j U. S. Olympie wrestling learn | tractual television guarantee and j got it. said promoter Bennin Ford.! Tho crowd of about 1.600 at the j Ran Francisco Garden paid a gross of $'1,550.15. Referee Frankie Carter scored the bout 96-94 and Judge Vem Bybee had it 9R-94 for Berrios. Judge Jack Downey scored 98-94 for Elordc. captain, Wednesday night was or-! r , ai d coaching Job nf R Rock In- riered barred from the 1956 0!ym- Manr1 „, h , h sch()nl pic dames at Melbourne by thej _ Central AAU which said he held n HEAD TELEGRAPH WANT ADS Doubles Wins BROOKLINE, Mass, (ffl — The field was trimmed and competition stiffened with only one seeded entry on the sidelines today as the 75th National Doubles Tennis Championships entered the third round on Longwood's grass courts. Heading the advance through i I he first two rounds were six members of the Australian Davis! Cup team, and the two top tandems on the U. S. cup team. Of the eight teams seeded in the> men's division and four in the women's play only Jerry Muss of St. Petersburg, Fla.. and Bill; Quillinn, beaten 19.").") finalists seeded No. 5 this year, were early round -casualties. Moss and Quillian were over-, powered by Mexican Davis Cup stars Francisco (Pancho) Contreras and Mario Llamas, 6-4, 6-4,j G-4, Wednesday in the only major! upset of the first two rounds. j Top-seeded Lew Hoad and Ken; Rosewall, aces of the Australian Davis Cuppers, and Vic Seixas! and Ham Richardson, America's; No. 1 duo seeded second, brco/cdi through second round play and led the way into the third round stage. Standings Of Record Seekers By TUB ASSOCIATED HIESK M i c k e y Mantle. New York Yankees—41! (five games ahead of Babe Ruth's pace of 1927 when he hit CO). Cincinnati Redlegs—180 (major league team record is 221 set by New York Giants in 1947». New York Yankees—156 (AL team record is 182 set by Yankees in 1936). National League—957 (record is 1,263 set in 1955). American League—S42 (record i is 973 set in 1950). THEATRE Air Conditioned Not Just One But All Roads Lead to the Roxana Theatre TONITE and FRI. Clifton Webb, Gloria Grahainc "THE MAN WHO NEVER WAS" Color—Cinemascope. 8:56 Dennis O'Keefe, Mara Lane "ANGELA" 7:28 SELECTED SHORTS TONIGHT AND FRI, MARGARET O'BRIEN WALTER BRENNAN CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD Shown at 8:30 P. M. JONHAU Shown 7:00—10 P. M. 237.80 in medical and hospital bills tor county polio victims. There are 80 individual patients whose medical bills or part ol' the bills will be paid by the chapter. Of that number 75 arc old cases and five are people who became afflicted witli the disoaso this year. Wilkins said bills for the seven other polio patients this year have not as yet been received. The chapter helps finance the medical bills of patients who cannot finance their own, or any part of it. Since the greatest number ol polio cases occurs during the months of May through October, it is expected that the total number of polio victims in the county i this year will be below the comparable number in 1955, barring 4 severe epidemic here. IT'S OUR SIXTH ANNIVERSARY SO WE ARE CELEBRATING IT WITH OUTSTANDING ATTRACTIONS DURING OUR ANNIVERSARY MONTH Your Favorite Family Drive-IM JUDY GARLAND - TONITE AND FRIDAY Hollywood's FIRST RUN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FACE TO FACE... AND PISTOL TO PISTOL... Scientists B*n... and they were brothers) TO DENVER IEEJ.COBI- RAT MIDDUION- SKIP HOMEIEK witf, ANDY ClYDE-ltE VAN CLEEF knn flit h HOUCf MtCOr n4 UIFN IIVXW tart • i Sihidii [.mini hs! »!•» h IIU CULH liivM ti JK MNE A REPUBLIC PRODUC1ION DENNING CASTLE DOWNS OKLAHOMA WOMAN AI,n.\VS > COLOR CARTOONS—Kinmrcs ALWAYS FREE! OUTDOOR THEflTRE oto ?r tow?-GOAD OPEN 7:30 Color Duo Ends TonHft sun M-G-M't BIG MUSICAL) Grnltr on Wide Screen! 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